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    dots Submission Name: Townsfolk Talesdots
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    Author: charmedidentity
    ASL Info:    23/F/Canada
    Elite Ratio:    6.9 - 864/897/406
    Words: 160
    Class/Type: Poetry/Serious
    Total Views: 637
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       For only tales of danger can lead you to a road astray.


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    dotsTownsfolk Talesdots
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    Beware
    of the townsfolk tales,
    For they have lived here
    longer than you
    And although
    their rituals
    appear ludicrous,
    They have seen the horrors
    you have yet to view.

    Pay no heed to caution,
    my foolish child,
    For the warnings
    tend to spoil the fun
    you seek
    And leave your veins
    thirsting for a breakthrough;
    Knowledge, I fear,
    will only make you shriek.

    Pray
    my child
    that you have not fallen prey
    Of the deadly games
    that I only yearn to play -
    Shut those quivering lips
    and frightened eyes;
    Let me take your hand
    and guide you astray.

    Such a brave, and so na´ve,
    little child that you are
    To listen not of
    the townsfolk tales -
    Hear the screams of those
    foolish before you;
    Let the silencing walls
    hear the scratches
    of your nails.




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      It appears you are a women after my heart There are two ways
    to seduce me poetry like this and the cooking of delicious foods.
    I dare say if you feed me something wonderful I will become your slave. However you are a City Women and I have heard these stories about how wanton and devious are City Women.
    I think It will be safer for me not to taste the results of your cookeries. Still this does not keep me from relishing your poetry.
    Dale


    | Posted on 2012-08-17 00:00:00 | by DaleP | [ Reply to This ]


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